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FSN 101
Julia Scalzo

FSN 101Textiles I Week 2 Textpages 9152028New Textpages 18243239 Key Terms Fibre is any substance natural or manufactured with a high length to width ratio and with suitable characteristics for being processed into a fabric Yarn is an assemblage of fibres twisted or lad together so as to form a continuous strand that can be made into a textile fabric Staple is any natural or manufactured fibre produced in or cut to a short length measured in inches or centimeters Filament refers to fibres that are extremely long length measured in miles or kilometers or yarns made of these fibres Monomulti filament is a filament yarn consisting of a single fibre Serviceability is the measure of a textile products ability to meet consumers needsLuster refers to the way light is reflected form the fibre or fabric surface Hand is the way a fiber feels to the sense of touch Life cycle analysis examines the way the production use care and disposal o a product affects the environment and the people involved with the product Tex denier is a way of describing fibre Crimp is a two or threedimensional aspect in which fibres or yarns twist or bend back and forth or around their axisDrape is the manner in which a fabric falls or hangs over a three dimensional form Tow refers to short flax fibres or to a large assembly of filament fibres to facilitate handling and processing during the production of manufactured staple fibresProduct development is the design and engineering of a product so that it has the desired serviceability characteristics appeals to the target market can be made within an acceptable time frame for a reasonable cost and can be sold at a profit Manufactured are made from chemical compounds produced in manufacturing facilities The materials original form is not recognizable as a fibre Natural are grown or developed in natu
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